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THE 4 DETROIT JEWISH 'NEWS

Fannie Alfield

Fannie Alfield, a member
of Jewish women's and
communal organizations,
died Dec. 13 at age 76.
Mrs. Alfield was a
member of Primrose Be-
nevolent Society, Radomer
Aid Society and Pioneer
Women.
She leaves her husband,
Charles; three daughters,
Mrs. Edward (Esther)
Sherman, Mrs. Gilmore
--(Beverly) Rubin and Mrs.
Linda Dembs; a brother,
Philip Nagel of Los Angeles,
C_alif.;
a sister, Mrs. Lena
.
in;
and
eight
andchildren.

,

Max Frank , 90

Max Frank, a retired
pawnbroker, died Dec. 14 at
age 90.
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
Frank worked at the State
Loan Co. in Detroit from
20 to 1970. He was a char-_
–r member of Temple Is-
rael, life member of Perfec-
tion Lodge of the Masons
and a member of the Zionist
Organization of America.
He leaves two sons,
Robert and S. Jim of
Florida; a daughter, Mrs.
Roy. (Muriel) Fisher, Jr.; a
brother, Leo M.; seven
grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren.

Irving Bunim

NEW YORK — Irving M.
Bunim, a founder of the
Young Israel movement
and the leading spokesman
for the National Council Of
Young Israel, died Dec. 10
at age 79.
Mr. Bunim often spoke in
Detroit for Young Israel
groups. He recently re-
ceived the Jabotinsky
Award "for distinguished
service to Israel" by Prime
Minister Menahem Begin.

Workers Saved

JERUSALEM — Sixty-
five foreign workers were
rescued by helicopter from a
sinking ship last week off
the coast of Israel during a
violent storm.
The ship was being used
as a floating hotel for the
workers. It broke loose from
its moorings during the
storm.
The workers were con-
structing a pier in Hadera.

Swedish Students
Endorse PLO

\ ,

LONDON — An anti-
Israel resolution passed by
the European branch of the
World Student Christian
Federation was recently
llpted by the Palestine
idarity Seminar in Up-
psala, Sweden. The seminar
was sponsored by the
wedish Student Christian
Movement and the Church
of Sweden Mission.
The resolution expresses
support for "the Palestinian
people's right to return to
their homeland, to self-
determination and to the es-
tablishment of a free secu-
lar and democratic state
where Christians, Jews and
Moslems could live to-
gether." The statement also
reiterates support for the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.

Frances Bussell

David Dunsky

Frances G. Bussell, re-
tired clerical secretary for
the Detroit Public Library,
died Dec. 15 at age 66.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Bussell retired in 1975,
after having worked 20
years for the library. She
was a member of Pioneer
Women, Friends of the De-
troit Public Library, Jewish
Parents Institute and
Friends of the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts.
She leaves her husband,
Harry; a son, Joel of Ft.
Wayne, Ind.; two daughters,
Mrs. Manfred (Judith)
Schmidt of Ann Arbor and
Mrs. Bruce (Paulette) Oat-
ley of Chatsworth, Calif.;
three sisters, Mrs. Leon
(Ann) Yelensky, Mrs. Max
(Ruth) Pecherer of Florida
and Mrs. Peter (Claire)
Morozoff of Holly; and four
grandchildren.

David Dunsky, founder
and owner of Thrifty Drugs
in Pontiac, died Dec. 17 at
age 71.
Born in Newark, N.J.,
Mr. Dunsky was a practic-
ing pharmacist for 52 years
and had his drug store for 40
years. He was a member of
the Aesculapian Phar-
maceutical Association, the
National Association of Re-
tail Druggists, Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Cong. Bnai Is-
rael, Bnai Brith, the Pon-
tiac Civitan Club,
Knollwood Country Club
and Perfection Lodge of the
Masons.
He leaves his wife, Le-
nore; a son, Robert S.; six
sisters, Mrs. Alex (Rose)
Wolf, Mrs. Charles (Esther)
Dalbey, Mrs. Frank (Anne)
Shook, Mrs. George (Sylvia)
Fisher, Mrs. Marvin (Hilda)
Slipson of California and
Mrs. Harold (Selma) Beck of
California; and two
grandsons.
Services 10 a.m. today at
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

Mrs. Finkelstein

Pauline
Finkelstein,
president of the Sholem
Aleichern Institute's
women's division from 1950
to 1960, died Dec. 16 at age
87.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Fin-
kelstein lived many years in
Oak Park prior to moving to
Miami Beach, Fla., about 15
years ago.
She was graduated from
the old Central High School
and supported the activities
of the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute. In Miami Beach, she
was active in Pioneer
Women.
She leaves her husband,
Isaac; a son, Dr. Lionel of
Birmingham; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Paul (Sylvia)
Chover and Mrs. Paul (Lil-
lian) Gold, both of South-
field; a sister, Mrs. Bella
Grayzer of Miami Beach;
vine grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

Rabbi Seligman

Rabbi William Seligman
of Cleveland Heights, Ohio,
died Dec. 11 at age 62.
A native of Toledo, Rabbi
Seligman served as a chap-
lain in the U.S. Army from
1944 to 1948. He came to
Cleveland Heights in 1948
when he was appointed
assistant rabbi at Park
Synagogue. He also was
part-time spiritual leader of
Cong. Beth El in Shaker
Heights.
In 1955, he originated the
Jewish Community Federa-
tion's chaplain program.
He is survived by his wife,
Barbara; two daughters,
Mrs. Susan Mandel of
Brooklyn, N.Y., and Ruth of
Lorain, Ohio; two brothers,
Hyman and Phillip, both of
Toledo; five sisters, Rose
Kaufman, Mrs. Alvin (Ger-
tie) Steinman and Mrs.
George (Jeanette)
Goldman, all of Toledo; Mrs.
Sidney (Mary) Goldman of
Port Huron and Mrs.
William (Dorothy) Unger of
Cleveland; and two
grandchildren. Interment
Cleveland Heights.

111E

Sir Jules Thorn

LONDON (JTA) — Sir
Jules Thorn, an Austrian
'Jewish immigrant who
built up Thorn Electrical
Industries; one of Britain's
most successful businesses,
died Dec. 12 at age 82.
Sir Jules was knighted in
1964 and was actively con-
cerned with his vast electri-
cal empire until four years
ago when he retired and be- -
came its president. Born in
Vienna in 1899, Mr. Thorn
settled in Britain in 1925
and began his career by im-
porting electric bulbs and
radio valves. He bought his
first factory in 1933.

Alex Kramer

Alex Kramer, president
of Automatic Vending Co.,
died Dec. 12 at age 68.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Kramer was living in Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., at the
time of his death. He was
the director of the Culinary
Institute and former
president and chairman of
the board pf Interstate
United Corp.
Mr. Kramer was a
member of Jewish War Vet-
erans and Keidan Lodge of
Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Rose; a
son, Joel of Waco, Tex.; a
daughter, Myra of Ft.
Lauderdale; a brother,
Henry Krivetsky of San
Francisco, Calif.; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Sam (Jennie) Kop-
pelman of Southfield.
Interment Detroit.

OBITUARIES

BERTHA BARG, 76,
former Detroiter of Hallan-
dale, Fla., died Dec. 14. Sur-
vived by a son, Allen of Oak
Park; three brothers, Jack
Johnson of California, Alex
Johnson of New York And
Dave of Miami Beach, Fla.;
three sisters Mrs. Albert
(Peggy) Rosen of Coral Ga-
bles, Fla., Mrs. Samuel
(Dottie) Shone of Hol-
lywood, Fla., and Mrs. Mor-
ris (Adele) Shockler of Day-
ton, Ohio; and three
grandchildren.

Survived by her husband,
Albert; a son, Mark A. of
Livonia; a daughter, Mal-
lory J. Longworth of Yp-
silanti; her mother, Mrs.
Anna Heller of Bronx, N.Y.;
two brothers, Irving Heller
of Long Island, N.Y., Paul
Heller of Sunrise, Fla.; four
sisters, Shirley of the
Bronx, Frieda of Lima,
Peru, Mrs. Edna Weiner of
West Babylon, N.Y., and
Mrs. Lilly Holtz of Flush-
ing, N.Y.; and two
grandchildren.

SAM
HORAN
(HORENSTEIN),
65,
former Detroiter of Car-
michael, Calif., died Nov.
30. Survived by his wife,
Cleo; a son, Curtiss of Sac-
ramento, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Anthony (Sharon)
Cece of Sacramento; his
mother, Mrs. Sarah Horens-
tein of Sacramento; three
brothers, Hy Horenstein of
Detroit, Max Horenstein of
Southfield and Louis Ron-
son of San Mateo, Calif.; and
five grandchildren. Inter-
ment Sacramento.

ANNA SALZBERG, 81,
died Dec. 15. She leaves two
sons, Walter and Dr. Clar-
ence; a brother, Sol Cooper;
two sisters, Mrs. Sam (Min-
nie) Holland - of Silver
Spring, Md., and Mrs.
Charles (Ida) Lazarov of
Florida; seven
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

* * *

* * *

DORA LIPSITZ, 86,
died Dec. 10. She leaves her
husband, Isadore; three
sons, Dean Lipton, Aaron
Lipton and Harold Adler;
three grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

* * *

* * *

.

SYLVIA SCHNEIDER,
90, died Dec. 13. She leaves
a son, Dr. Victor L. of Mor-
gantown, Pa.; a daughter,
Mrs. David (Lorraine)
Cooper; a brother, Jerome
Eldon of Chevy Chase, Md.;
six grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

* * *

ESTHER WEISS, 89,
died Dec. 15. • She leaves a
step-son, David Weiss; a

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* * *

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state Israel at a young age.
Altogether he spent some 70
years of his life in Israel.
He was appointed as
leader of his church in 1957
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greatest friends in the
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* * *

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Richardson, Tex., Mrs. Gary
(Janet) Carnovsky and
Ann; and four
grandchildren. Services 11
a.m. today at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

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and Studying of
Mishnavos.

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HENRY COHEN
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MORRIS ENKIN
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SHAINA JOLK
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LOUIS SENDER
14 21
HILDE SOSNICK
14 21
LOUIS ZIDE
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MOSE BUDNICK
14 21
FANNIE HARRIS
15 22
BERTHA KATZ
15 22
BELLA KOWAL
15 22
JOSEPH LEVINE
15 22
ADOLPH MEHLER
15
AARON TILCHIN
15 22
MAX WASSERMAN
15 22
HYMAN WEISBERG
15 22
BORUCH YAGODA
15 22
SIMON AXELROD
16 23
ABRAHAM I. CHESLUK
16 23
ROSE INGEROFF
16 23
MOLLY JACOBS
16 23
JACOB KOSS
16 23
REUBEN MILLER
16 23
DORA W. MILLING
16 23
SARAH L. RABINOWITZ
SACHER
16 23
BETTY VIOLET BENENSON 17 24
ZIVYA ALTE BOYARSKY
17 24
EVELYN WOOLMAN
17 24
SARAH ZARANKIN
17 24
HARRY H. APPLEBAUM
18 25
MICHAEL BLUM
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MARY COSCARELLY
18 25
ISADORE DANTO
18 25
MORRIS DIEM
18 25
JACOB GOLDIS
18 25
BESSIE KRUSNER
18 25
SYLVIA MOORAWNICK
18 25
GEORGE MUST
18 25
KOPEL ROSEN
18 25
MORRIS SAX
18 25
IDA WASSERMAN
18 25
HARRY WOLIN
18 25
JOSEPH COSSMAN
19 26
SOL FEINBERG
19 26
LIBBY FINE
19 26
IDA GUTTERMAN
19 26
SADIE LAFER
19 26
JOSEPH LANGER
19 26
LEO ISADORE LANGER
19 26
ESTHER D. PEARLMAN
19 26
MAX DELIN
20 27
EDIS DORFMAN
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SARAH DUBIN
20 27
HARRY GOLDMAN
20 27
SAM GREEN
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SOLOMON GREVNIN
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grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.

* * *

DAVID SCHIKLER, 73,
former Detroiter of Boca
Raton, Fla., died Dec. 15. He
leaves his wife, Rose; nieces
and nephews. Interment
Detroit.

* * *

DANIEL JACOBS, 68,
died Dec. 12. Survived by
his wife, Ann; a son, Arthur;
a daughter, Mrs. Michael
(Doris) Morelli; a sister,
Mrs. Morris (Ann) Watnick;
and six grandchildren.
* * *
BESSIE KATZMAN,
82, of Windsor, died Dec. 17.
Survived by her husband,
Jacob; a son, Sidney; a
daughter, Ms. Barbara
Freedman; two brothers,
Charles Zalev and Maurice
Zalev; a sister, Mrs. Herbert
(Clare) Shapiro of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and four
grandchildren.

Benedictus Dies, Friend of Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The head of the Greek Or-
thodox Church in Israel,
Patriarch Benedictus I, died
Dec. 10. He was 92.
Benedictus was the 96th
patriarch in the Mideast
after the foundation of this
church. He was born in
Turkey, and came to pre-

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